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Measure HLA - Healthy Streets

Council Public Works Committee Hears Measure HLA Items, Implementation Remains on Hold Through at Least Early August

Remember those bus, bike, and walk upgrades voters approved? They're now waiting for a first draft ordinance expected in August - four months after Measure HLA took effect.

June 28, 2024

With City Bike/Bus Upgrades on Hold, What’s Next for Measure HLA?

Voters supported safe multimodal streets in March, but instead of doing more multimodal projects right now, the city is doing less. A City Council Safe Streets ordinance might help uncork city department delays.

June 4, 2024

City Repaved Coronado Street Without Measure HLA-Required Bikeway

Months after voters overwhelmingly demanded safer streets, the city appears to be installing fewer safety upgrades. Last week, the city repaved what appears to be the first test case for the new law: Coronado Street.

May 22, 2024

No, L.A. City Does Not Always Add Required ADA Ramps During Resurfacing, But They Should

StreetsLA GM Keith Mozee "Any time we do street resurfacing, it is considered an alteration, which requires ADA ramps to be installed."

May 3, 2024

Measure HLA Is Now Officially Law for L.A. City

Check the city maps to find what bus, bike, and walk improvements are coming to streets in your neighborhood

April 12, 2024

L.A. City Prepares to Implement Mobility Plan under Measure HLA Mandate, But It’s Complicated

Measure HLA requirements take effect by mid-April, but the city council and city departments are still working out what that will look like

March 23, 2024

Where L.A. City Will Add New Bus-Only Lanes

New bus lanes are coming to Broadway, Colorado Blvd., Crenshaw Blvd, Lincoln Blvd., Los Feliz Blvd., Santa Monica Blvd., Valley Blvd., Vermont Avenue, Westwood Blvd., Whittier Blvd. and many more city streets!

March 15, 2024

Many Cities Get Free Bike and Bus Upgrades from New Development

L.A. City could shift current resources that today go to widening streets - and instead upgrade sidewalks, bus stops, and bike lanes - especially when new development pays for it

March 13, 2024

Friday Afternoon Election Update: Measure HLA Lead Growing, Other Livability Wins, and More

Measure HLA percentage is swelling - livability champions Mitchell, Hahn, Sandoval reelected - continue on Metro board - and much more, including lots of runoffs to get involved in

March 9, 2024

L.A. Voters Approve Measure HLA, Mandating City Implement Bus Lanes, Bike Lanes, and Ped Safety Improvements

Measure HLA is a clear mandate for change in the way L.A. designs its streets - voters want city streets to be safer for all road users

March 6, 2024